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Super Light › Mummy Style Sleeping Bag

$225.00 (You save $80.00)
Temperature Rating:
0º / -40º F (FTRSS)
Compression Suff Sack & Pillow:
4 lbs.

 Warranty Information

The Wiggy's sleeping bag guarantee is for a lifetime of use. If a seam opens or the Lamilite insulation deteriorates (such as losing its loft or separating, clumping in one place or another), Wiggy’s will repair or replace your bag at no charge. However, we reserve the right to examine any returned sleeping bag and will make the decision whether the return is justified depending on the appearance of the bag, demonstrating whether it has been properly cared for or shows signs of abuse.

 Product Description

The Super Light is a 0° F (approximately -20 degrees C) rated mummy style bag. It is available in four sizes (width measured in the torso):

  • 31" wide x 80" long (Regular/Regular) [4 lbs.]
  • 34" wide x 80" long (Regular/Wide) [4.5 lbs.]
  • 31" wide x 90" long (Long/Regular) [4.5 lbs.]
  • 34" wide x 90" long (Long/Wide) [5 lbs.]

When the Overbag is added to the Super Light, the temperature rating becomes -40° (F or C). When both bags are combined you have the Super Light FTRSS.

The Super Light sleeping bag has proven to be our most popular bag, both with the Armed Forces and civilian markets. When combined in the FTRSS, the Super Light is one of the greatest choices for a true four season sleeping bag!


Please Note: Sleeping bags are sold via the outer shell color. The color of the interior lining is subject to change and may not match current photos on our site. If the interior color is important to you, please call us at +1 (866) 411-6465 to place your order.

Product Testimonials

  1. battlefield tested Backcountry approved

    I purchased a super light while stationed at ft Lewis Washington. During my time there I used my bag all the time. And let me tell you it performs no matter the weather even when wet this bag kept my butt warm. Later in my career I acquired an older wiggy's bivy in woodland camo talk about a killer combo. As the old ranger adage goes "travel light freeze at night" apparently Jerry didn't get this memo. The bag has been a constant in my kit ever since. from Washington to Alaska to Afghanistan and back. Thanks Jerry

  2. 34 years and still going

    Bought your zero degree f bag in 1988 for mountaineering. Worked fine, acid test in 1989, February in the Tetons. It was a little chilly at -50f at 11000’, but it seems I’m still here. This is the only bag I’ve owned since the eighties, am going to get my son one this year for winter in the appalachians, and probably a lighter one for me in the summer up here. I’m writing this on the top of SamKnob in Shining Rock Wilderness, NC, it’s midnight with temps in the thirties. Obviously I can’t zip this thing up past my knees without sweating! Thanks for all the warm nights!

  3. 27 years and still awesome!

    I bought my Wiggy 0• bag in Las Vegas in the early 1990s and it is still working great. It feels lime it is new. It is the best sleeping bag yku can buy.

  4. Great Sleeping Bag

    This bag compresses small enough to fit in my backpack, was light enough for me to carry 100+ miles on a 10 day trek, was warm enough for to me to cowboy-camp in single-digit degree weather, breathable enough for me to use when it was significantly warmer, and water resistant enough for me to cowboy-camp in a light freezing rain. This bag performed really well in every scenario that I've used it in.

  5. family emergency supply...

    Let me start out by staying that I'm an eagle scout and have done a lot of camping and hiking as well as winter camping. I've owned very expensive goretex down filled and other bags, some costing almost $700. They never have worked as well as my super light ftrss system.
    Needless to say my extended family and siblings reside in northern Utah and have not the financial means or preparedness foresight to prepare for a winter disaster such as the main fault shifting and homes collapsing during winter conditions. I have bought ten of these systems for them and stashed them all at one other family members garage. Its the only bag I trust to save my family!!!

  6. Soaked my bag to test it out.

    A little story from years ago that you may find amusing...To test out your claims, I thorough soaked my Superlight bag in the bath tub and stayed in it outside on a night when it was getting down to the low teens. That would have been a test for most 0 degree bags in ideal conditions with a dry bag, let alone being totally soaked! And amazingly enough, it started drying out and I made it through the night. My mistake was foolishly placing a space blanket under me that didn't allow excess water to drain. I realized my mistake the next morning after discovering I had been lying in a pool of
    water with temps approaching 10 degrees F! Needless to say, I was impressed with how the bag performed and kept me alive in those rather unfair conditions. So I am pretty sold on your sleeping bags.

    Thanks Jerry,

  7. first “field test” success

    Hi Wiggy’s,

    I’m writing to “rave” about the Superlight Sleeping Bag I purchased a month ago rated for zero. The first time I used it I slept in the back of my truck in Northern Nevada in March and my truck’s digital thermometer read 15 degrees when I went to sleep at 12:30 am. I was instantly warm when I crawled in the bag, I’ve never had that happen in my 40 years of hunting, fishing and camping. The next day as the temperature climbed into the 20’s at night I climbed in my bag with wet wool socks and long underwear from sweating in neoprene waders all day fishing. I was instantly warm, when I woke up the next morning I was completely dry and very, very warm. This was my first “field test” before I take this bag to the “Arctic National Wildlife Refuge” in August 2013. I will use this bag under the most extreme conditions I can find here in Nevada because I know my life may depend on this bag in the extreme conditions in Alaska. I have no hesitation in taking this bag. A fellow hunter used his Wiggy’s in Alaska and “raved” about how well it performed; that is why I purchased mine and I will call to thank him for his recommendation.

    I have told everyone about how well this bag performed and an actively trying to sell my one year old Marmot “0” down sleeping bag.

    Great Sleeping Bag!!!!

  8. uninterrupted sleep

    I was able to get your search engine rankings for "best sleeping bag" onto page one where it's always belonged. It's too bad that doesn't interest you.

    Thanks for the great bag (superlight arrived last week). First time I used it was on the snow, two pads, and no tent. Got pretty close to it's temperature rating, and I don't think I've ever had so much uninterrupted sleep while sleeping outside in single digits F in my life.

  9. temperatures of -33F

    I just got back from a camping trip in Algonquin Provincial Park located in the Province of Ontario. That weekend we had an unexpected deep freeze. Saturday and Sunday night we saw temperatures of -33F
    (-44Fwith the windchill ). My Super light FTRSS kept me warm both nights. My friend and I were in a 2 man - 4 season tent, using Thermarest Prolite matresses (R-Value=2.2). His military modular sleep system unfortunately did not perform as well. To stay warm he had to wear his outdoor gear, including gloves and a balaclava. All I wore was Under Armour Cold Gear and fleece pants and top. I had to unzip the top around 1am because I was starting to sweat. My friend is now thinking about selling his sleeping bag system and replacing it with one of yours.

  10. Finally, I have a sleeping bag that is warm enough for me.

    Hi Jerry and Co,

    I have now tried the superlight sleeping bag and the ground pad over 7 days of camping, in two trips.

    The sleeping bag is the best I have ever used. For the first time in my life (and I have been camping/sailing for more than half a century) I have a sleeping bag that is warm enough for me. With every bag I have had before, I needed fleece liners and/or a heavy woolen blanket as well. I have learned to mistrust what manufacturers and magazine reviewers have said about sleeping bags. This is why I asked for a Superlight, even though Jerry initially suggested I get an Ultralight. Now, having used the Superlight, I reckon Wiggy's can be trusted, and I probably would have been fine with an Ultralight. Perhaps I will get one later, for lightweight trips in the non-Winter months.

    I have lived and camped in Sweden, where the climate is, I think, not unlike where you are, with low temperatures in winter, but basically a dry cold. Here in Scotland, we do not get the actual temperatures as low (except for the mountains in winter), but the cold is damp and penetrating. I am now totally confident that I have an ideal sleeping bag for my purposes.

Our Locations  +  Contact

Corporate Office & Factory

To place an order, please contact our corporate office & factory at:

Wiggy’s Inc.
PO Box 2124
Grand Junction, CO 81502

Store Location

2482 Industrial Blvd  •  Grand Junction, CO
(970) 241-6465

+1 (866) 411-6465 f:  (970) 241•5921 e:  

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